Nov 22, 2013 11:17 AM EST
The latest Android investment apps are the most up to date versions and some have been chosen as “best apps” by Kiplinger and Money Magazine. These free Android apps are sure to help users better invest and manage portfolios.
Below is our list of Best Investing Apps for Android:
Morningstar’s Android App was named one of the best investing apps by Money Magazine. The free Android app supports all Android devices running versions 1.5 or higher. Users can research and view performance charts for mutual funds, ETFs, CEFs and stocks. The Morningstar Market Barometer and Research Canadian securities data is also available. Other features include: Track gainers, losers, and most actives in U.S. Indexes, Premium analyst research, Create and edit Morningstar.com watch lists, View Morningstar Ratings, Follow global indexes and more.
Google Wallet offers a way to consolidate credit cards into loyalty programs. Android users can send money easily to others within the US and via Gmail. Tap and pay in stores wherever contactless payments are accepted. The Google Wallet Card gives access to spend Wallet Balance at millions of MasterCard® locations and withdraw cash.
The Fidelity Investments App for Android is a Next Generation mobile solution with real-time analysis. Users can access data on research, brokerage and savings accounts and trading tools. Key features include Fidelity BillPay® and mobile check deposit. The app also has customizable home screen options. The is a powerful management app.
Bloomberg Apps The free app available on Google Play is an easy to use investment app by Bloomberg. Android users can access business and finance news. Other tools include stock tracking and easy to use charts or graphs for business trends and related issues. The quotes are up to date and news in contributed from all finance professionals.
Charles Schwab App lets Android users purchase stocks, check their accounts, transfer money and more. Schwab Mobile connects multiple accounts and remembers the users name. The app also features cost basis reporting, Schwab mobile deposit, Bank Bill and Track stay tools. Users can deposit checks by taking a photo with their device.
Investing.com App allows users to keep up with the global financial markets. The app delivers real-time and streaming quotes. Tools include an Economic Calendar and users can even build and customize portfolios. Live Quotes are available for over 20,000 financial instruments, traded on over 70 global exchanges.
The CNN Money Android App is an award winning business, finance and technology app for users on the go. Users can also track markets in real-time. Tools to personalize a Watchlist for making sure stock performance is up to date is also available. CNN Money’s Android app features elegant design, making it quick and easy to get the latest news.
What is your favorite investment app for Android? Share your thoughts with us here!
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